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City Plan 2030
City Plan 2030 was adopted unanimously by the Fayetteville City Council in July 2011 and serves as Fayetteville's comprehensive land use plan, which establishes a vision for what Fayetteville can achieve.
Two public input sessions were held in October 2010, and one was hosted live on the internet in a webinar format so that stakeholders could participate from an alternative location if they could't be present. At each session, participants gathered around base maps of the City and worked in small groups to present an answer to specific questions.
Our Vision____________ ___
In 2030, Fayetteville will be a resource-efficient community, in which citizens and stakeholders can live, work, learn, and grow. Fayetteville will have adopted policies to achieve sustainability, to provide economic growth, to preserve and protect our natural and cultural resources, and to enhance the quality of life for all residents. All members of our community will have equitable access to neighborhoods that are healthy, walkable, and distinct.
Click on the links below to view each chapter of City Plan 2030.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Community Context
Chapter 3 - Demographics
Chapter 4 - Housing
Chapter 5 - Employment & Income
Chapter 6 - Land Use
Chapter 7 - Transportation
Chapter 8 - Historic & Cultural Resources
Chapter 9 - The Planning Process
Chapter 10 - Framework
Chapter 11 - Economic Analysis
Chapter 12 - Guiding Policies
Appendix A - Online Survey Results
Appendix B - Historic Structures
Appendix C - City Services & Resources
Appendix D - Resources
Appendix E - Glossary
Future Land Use Map
Master Street Plan Map
Master Street Plan Cross Sections
We will make appropriate infill and revitalization our highest priorities.
We will discourage suburban sprawl.
We will make traditional town form the standard.
We will grow a livable transportation network.
We will assemble an enduring green network.
We will create opportunities for attainable housing.